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has water, electricity, and
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ready for mobile home, call
318.548.9111.
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house 818 N. Main St
and 415 Anthony St. in
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Legals
Notice of Public Hearing
Farmerville Zoning
Commission
A public hearing will be
held on Monday, June 5, 2017,
at 5:00 p.m., at Farmerville
Town Hall located at 407
South Main Street, Farmerville,
Louisiana, to hear the views and
opinions of citizens concerning
the zoning change of property
belonging to Eugenia Lowe, ET
AL, located 709 MLK Jr. Drive
from R1 to R3
Legal description as follows:
BEGIN 30 FT. S. OF
NW/C OF LOT 8 OF BLK W OF
SMITH ADDITION, RUN E. 91
FT., S. 58 FT., W. 91 FT., N. 58
FT. TO P.O.B. 121-568 308-84
1242-004(JUDGEMENT OF
INTERDICTION)
(104) 7/13/17 7/20/17
7/27/17
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Notice of Public Hearing
Farmerville Zoning
Commission
A public hearing will be
held on Monday, August 7,
2017, at 5:00 p.m., at Farmerville
Town Hall located at 407
South Main Street, Farmerville,
Louisiana, to hear the views and
opinions of citizens concerning
the zoning change of property
belonging to Bobby Fudge,
located 505 Smith Street from
R1 to R3.
Legal description as follows:
LOT 9 OF BLOCK L OF
SMITH ADDITION 162-75
825-229 867-088.
(77) 7/13/17 7/20/17
7/27/17
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PUBLIC NOTICE
LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT
OF ENVIRONMENTAL
QUALITY (LDEQ)
TOWN OF FARMERVILLE/
TOWN OF FARMERVILLE
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
PLANT
DRAFT WATER DISCHARGE
PERMIT
The LDEQ, Office of Environmental
Services, is accepting
written comments on a draft
Louisiana Pollutant Discharge
Elimination System (LPDES)
permit prepared for Town of
Farmerville, Town of Farmerville
Wastewater Treatment
Plant, P.O. Box 427, Farmerville,
LA 71241. The facility is
located at 550 Downsville St.,
Farmerville, Union Parish.
Upon the effective date of the
final permit, the LPDES permit
shall replace the previously
issued LPDES permit.
The principal discharge
from this existing source
is made into an unnamed
tributary, thence into Bayou
d’Arbonne Lake, waters of
the state classified for primary
contact recreation, secondary
contact recreation, and propagation
of fish and wildlife. Under
the SIC Code 4952, the applicant
proposes to discharge
treated sanitary wastewater
from a publicly owned treatment
works serving the Town
of Farmerville.
During the preparation
of this permit, it has been
determined that the discharge
will have no adverse impact
on the existing uses of the
receiving waterbody. As with
any discharge, however, some
change in existing water quality
may occur.
Comments and requests
for a public hearing or notification
of the final decision can
be submitted via personal
delivery, U.S. mail, email, or
fax. Comments and requests
for public hearings must be
received by 4:30 pm CST,
Thursday, August 24, 2017.
Delivery may be made to the
Classified ads are a major source of customers
for small businesses, even in today’s
digital world.
If you need to find someone to repair your
computer, write a resume, fix your dishwasher,
or take down that huge tree that looks like it’s
splitting, what do you do?
Chances are you’ll look at classified ads in
one form or another to find a service provider
to get the work done. You may look at the ads
in your weekly shopper-type publication or
weekly town newspaper. And, you’ll probably
search online.
No matter what media classified ads are
viewed through, these small text ads are a
significant source of customers for many homebased
and small businesses. An inexpensive
three-line ad placed in print, in an online yellow
pages ad, or through search engines can deliver
customers who need your product or service
now. More importantly, if the ad is run regularly,
it builds future business by making your name
familiar and establishing your credibility.
Although classified ads are brief, getting
good results from them takes some thought. A
well-written ad placed in the wrong publication or
displayed online to the entire country won’t bring
in much business. A poor headline or a poorly
written ad, no matter how carefully placed, is a
waste of money.
To get the most mileage out of your classified
advertising dollars, keep these suggestions in
mind when you write and place your ad.
Understand your customer
Many products and services can be sold
to different types of customers. But each type
may have different needs. Your ad should stress
your ability to meet those specific needs. For
instance a job seeker may need your help not
only writing their resume, but also distributing it
to online sites where it will get found. The owner
of a small business may not know they want a
“virtual assistant.”
Do some homework
Study ads that appear consistently week after
week. Determine what makes such ads catch
your attention. Do they mention a benefit? Are
they set off in some way from other classified
ads on the page? Are they easy to spot because
they fall immediately under a category heading
in the classified section or near the top of the
ads on an online search?
Keep the ad brief and explicit
A good classified ad is like a telegram: short,
clear and commanding. In as few words as possible,
tell what you sell, who should buy it, why
they should buy it from you today, and how to
contact you.
Be careful, though, not to cut too many words
out of an ad that will appear in print. The reader
won ‘t be able to click to get more information
in a print ad.
Make the first few words count
The first couple of ads in your classified ad
work like a headline does on a display ad. They
must stop the reader’s eye from moving down
or across the page and make them want to read
the rest of the ad. To do that, those first couple
of words must tell readers the most important
benefit your product or service offers.
Get someone else’s
opinion about the ad
Ask several people who will be honest with
you to read the ad. After they’ve read it ask
them to tell you what you are selling, whether
the ad would make them want to contact you. If
they have difficulty answering those questions,
rewrite the ad.
Don’t plan to make
a killing with just one ad
Run each ad long enough to give it a fair try.
Having your business ad appear on a regular
basis builds name recognition and convinces
prospects your business is not a fly-by-night
firm.
Look for your competitors
Advertise in the same publications and
same online media that your competitors do.
Look through a year’s worth of back issues of
a publication. If competitors have been advertising
consistently in that publication for a year,
it’s likely to be a good place to put your ad, too.
Try to determine what keywords your competitors
are using to promote their business online.
Classified ads reach customers
drop-box at 602 N. 5th St., Baton
Rouge, LA 70802. U.S. Mail
may be sent to LDEQ, Public
Participation Group, P.O. Box
4313, Baton Rouge, LA 70821-
4313. Emails may be submitted
to DEQ.PUBLICNOTICES@
LA.GOV and faxes sent to
(225) 219-3309.
Please see additional
instructions for comment submission,
hand delivery and information
regarding electronic
submission at http://www.deq.
louisiana.gov/page/the-publicparticipation-
group or call (225)
219-3276.
If LDEQ finds a significant
degree of public interest, a
public hearing will be held.
LDEQ will send notification of
the final permit decision to the
applicant and to each person
who has submitted written comments
or a written request for
notification of the final decision.
The application, draft
permit and statement of basis
are available for review at the
LDEQ, Public Records Center,
Room 128, 602 North 5th Street,
Baton Rouge, LA. Viewing
hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30
p.m., Monday through Friday
(except holidays). The available
information can also
be accessed electronically
on the Electronic Document
Management System (EDMS)
on the DEQ public website
at www.deq.louisiana.gov.
Inquiries or requests for
additional information regarding
this permit action should
be directed to Rachel Davis,
LDEQ, Water Permits Division,
P.O. Box 4313, Baton Rouge,
LA 70821-4313, phone (225)
219-3515.
Persons wishing to be
included on the LDEQ permit
public notice mailing list or
for other public participation
related questions should contact
the Public Participation
Group in writing at LDEQ,
P.O. Box 4313, Baton Rouge,
LA 70821-4313, by email at
DEQ.PUBLICNOTICES@LA.GOV
or contact the LDEQ Customer
Service Center at (225) 219-
LDEQ (219-5337).
Permit public notices
including electronic access
to the draft permit and statement
of basis can be viewed at
the LDEQ permits public notice
webpage at http://www.deq.
louisiana.gov/public-notices
and general information related
to the public participation in
permitting activities can be
viewed at. http://www.deq.
louisiana.gov/page/the-publicparticipation-
group.
Alternatively, individuals
may elect to receive the permit
public notices via email by subscribing
to the LDEQ permits
public notice List Server at
http://louisiana.gov/Services/
Email_Notifications_DEQ_PN/.
All correspondence
should specify AI Number
41489, Permit Number
LA0039888, and Activity
Number PER20160002.
(563) 7/20/17
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Public Notice: Tri-Water
System, Inc. will hold its annual
meeting on Thursday July 27,
2017. The meeting will be
held at the North Union Fire
Protection District fire station
(2700 Hwy. 549 – Marion, LA
71260) at 7:00 PM.. According
to Tri-Water’s Bylaws, two
board members’ terms will
expire. Tri-Water is operated
by Nathan Wilson (318-732-
0344) and provides water to
Oakland, Truxno, Conway,
Tugwell City, Hwy 549, Hwy.
348 to the intersection of
Burch Rd., Burch Rd., Game
Reserve Rd., 2 miles of
Moshack Rd., Hwy. 15 north
of the intersection with Hwy.
549 to approximately ½ mile
from the intersection with
Cypress Creek Rd., part of
Cypress Creek Rd., Denton
Rd, Masonic Rd., Scenic
Drive, Sandfield Rd., and
Websters Bluff. All payments
are accepted by mail (P. O.
Box 571 – Farmerville, LA
71241) or may be paid at the
Marion State Banks in either
Marion or Farmerville.
Anyone needing reasonable
accommodation to
attend a public meeting held
by the Tri-Water System, Inc.
should contact Shirley Kyle at
318-368-4115 or by e-mail
at triwater5034@yahoo.com,
or by TTY 1800-846-5277
at least three days prior to
the meeting date. If further
information is required or
needed please contact the
above person
THIS INSTITUTION
IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
PROVIDER AND
EMPLOYER.
(209) 7/20/17 7/27/17
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Anyone knowing the
whereabouts of the Eula
Marie Parker Allen or the
heirs of Eula Marie Parker
Allen, please contact:
DAWN D. FRASIER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
318.368.7000
301 NORTH MAIN STREET
FARMERVILLE,
LOUISIANA 71241
Dawn D. Frasier
7/20/17
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